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Rolex Kentucky

April 17, 2009

It Could Be Dutton's Year Yet Again

Just as he has every year since the four-star began at Rolex Kentucky in 1998, James C. Wofford, who won Kentucky in 1981 and 1986, evaluates the starters.

The last weekend of April is always the first thing I put on my schedule for the year. Rolex Kentucky is the largest equestrian event on the continent and is “can’t-miss” watching for fans of the sport.

April 17, 2009

It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times

Some Rolex Kentucky CCI**** veterans recall their most memorable trips around cross-country.

John Williams

August 12, 2008

All Horses Pass Final Inspection

Gina Miles suffered some nervous moments in the final horse inspection on Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 12, as McKinlaigh, lying in fifth place for the United States, was held for re-inspection. He passed upon re-inspection, as did Ringwould Jaguar, the only other horse to be held, for Sonja Johnson of Australia. The rest of the horses looked amazingly fresh, acting more like it was the first inspection instead of the final.

May 9, 2008

Connaught Comes Through For Dutton At Rolex Kentucky

Dutton’s first four-star win rewards a long partnership.

For so many years, Connaught took a back seat to the limelight of Olympic gold medalists and three-star winners in Phillip Dutton’s stable.

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